Explore the spectacular stations of Moscow Subway, one of the most beautiful underground systems in the world
Take Moscow Metro Tour and discover why our subway is recognized as the most beautiful in the world! "They used to have palaces for kings, we are going to build palaces for the people!" said one of the main architects of the Soviet subway.
I will show you the most beautiful metro stations in Moscow built under Stalin: Komsomolskaya, Revolution square, Novoslobodskaya, Mayakovskaya and others. Be prepared to listen to some fascinating stories and secrets hidden underground, urban legends and funny stories. How many babies were born on the Moscow metro? Where is the secret Metro 2? How deep is the Moscow metro? And where did Stalin give his speech in November 1941 during the WWII? Join me in my Metro tour and find out!
On our Moscow Metro Tour you'll see the stations:
Revolution Square, with magnificent sculptures of the Soviet people
Kurskaya Station Lobby, the Hall of Fame of the WWII
Komsomolskaya, with impressive mural mosaics of Russian glorious victories
Novoslobodskaya, with the stained glass, although under the ground
Kievskaya faced with white Ural marble and elaborately patterned ceramic tile
and any others on your request or advised by me!
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
End Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 1 hour 30 min.
We can set any tour's length you want. If 1 hour is enough for you and you would only like to see two subway stations, don't hesitate to ask me about it. If you want it to be 1,5 or even more than 2 hours - I will customise a tour for you, just let me know!
Estimated Local Cash Needed
850 rubles - One single journey ticket is about 55 rubles. The number of tickets to be purchased will depend on your request and the amount of people in the group. You will probably want to have a bottle of water or some snacks with you or buy those later. Sure the underground fare can have increased by the date of our tour. It normally goes up every year.